Kim Tae Woo Thanks Honey Lee for Persuading Yoon Kye Sang to Come Back to g.o.d
g.o.d’s Kim Tae Woo revealed that Honey Lee had a big part in the reunion of g.o.d.
On June 19, Kim Tae Woo appeared on CBS’s “Kim Jung Hyun’s News Show” and explained that, “Yoon Kye Sang worked hard as an actor to be in the position he’s in today and I’m sure it was hard for him to come back as a singer. However, celebrities are more credulous than you would think. I think he decided to do it because the people around him said good things about it. I think the opinion of his girlfriend Honey Lee, was what helped him make the final decision.”
Continuing on, Kim Tae Woo said, “Thankfully, Honey Lee was a fan of g.o.d. So, I requested her to put in a good word about coming back to the group. We received a lot of help from her.”
Last month, g.o.d released “Ugly Duckling,” which placed high on various music charts. Kim Tae Woo explained, “The fact that it’s our 15th year anniversary and that there are fans who have been patiently waiting for us was what helped us decide to make this comeback.”
He was in charge of the production for this album and revealed the behind the scene stories at the studio. He said, “Since the members are professionals at this, all I did was give them direction. It’s been a long time since all five members gathered so whenever we met at the studio, we would be busy chatting away and because of that, the recording expenses was high. After meeting all the members, I think I’m the one that changed the most. I got married and am now a father of a child and a president of an agency.” Currently, he is in charge of Soul Shop Entertainment and has debuted a rookie singer named Megan Lee.
On July 12 and July 13, g.o.d will be holding their “god 15th Anniversary Reunion Concert ” at the Seoul Jamsil Stadium. They will be doing a tour and are planning on holding a total of eight shows.
Kim Tae Woo made a funny comment: “The average age of the group is 39 years old. In order to prepare for the tour, we are riding bicycles to manage our health.”